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  2. List of secondary schools in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of secondary schools in Singapore. Most secondary schools in Singapore offer a four-year Express course (Special course for Special Assistance Plan schools) or a five-year course leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level. Some schools offer the six-year Integrated Programme, which lead to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ...

  3. Sensei - Wikipedia

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    For Hokkien and Teochew communities in Singapore and Malaysia, "Sensei" is the proper word to address school teachers. Malays in Singapore traditionally addressed Chinese physicians as "Sensei" too. Use in Buddhism. In Sanbo Kyodan related zen schools, sensei is used to refer to ordained teachers below the rank of rōshi.

  4. Gifted Education Programme (Singapore) - Wikipedia

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    From its inauguration in two primary schools and two secondary schools, the programme has now expanded to nine primary schools (as of October 2004) and was at its peak before the introduction of the Integrated Programme (IP). Primary Schools offering GEP. As of 2020, nine primary schools offer GEP. Anglo-Chinese School (Primary)

  5. Primary School Leaving Examination - Wikipedia

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    The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) (Malay: Peperiksaan Tamat Sekolah Rendah, Simplified Chinese: 小学离校考试 xiǎoxué lí xiào kǎoshì) is a national examination in Singapore that is administered by the Ministry of Education and taken by all students near the end of their sixth year in primary school before they move on to secondary school.

  6. Islam in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    In Singapore, madrasahs are private schools which are overseen by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS, Islamic Religious Council of Singapore). There are six full-time madrasahs in Singapore, catering to students from Primary 1 to Secondary 4 (and junior college equivalent, or "Pre-U", at several schools).

  7. Norwegian School of Economics - Wikipedia

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    Oikos is part of a network of student groups in business schools across the world, working to integrate sustainability into business and management through education. StafettKomiteen (Stafkom - The Running Club) The goal is to beat BI (The Norwegian School of Management) in the annual relay race between Bergen and Oslo. It takes place at the ...

  8. Joint Entrance Examination – Main - Wikipedia

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    Joint Entrance Examination – Main (JEE-Main), formerly All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), is an Indian standardised computer-based test for admission to various technical undergraduate programs in engineering, architecture, and planning across colleges in India.

  9. Junior college (Singapore) - Wikipedia

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    In 1970, the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) collaborated with the Singapore government to fund the establishment of two junior colleges. Mr Tan Keong Choon , a prominent businessman and the managing director of the board of The Chinese High School was appointed to oversee the project, estimated to cost S$2.2 million ...